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[About macOS Sonoma 14.0] (update 10/17/2023)
The current compatibility status with released Live2D Cubism products is as follows:
[supported]Live2D Cubism Editor version 5.0.01 and later
[not supported]Live2D Cubism Editor version 5.0.00 beta1 and earlier,Other Live2D Cubism products, including Live2D Cubism SDK.
Please refrain from upgrading the macOS as they may not work properly.
The Cubism Editor license file may be lost after the macOS upgrade.
Please make sure to deactivate the Cubism Editor license before upgrading the macOS.
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Live2D Cubism crash when exporting animation

Hello guys!


Well, I have a little problem with my program, I made an animation in the animator and I want to render it to send to Sony Vegas because I'm making a gacha meme with tweening

But when I select the option to export image/movie and select the .mov format (I prefer to use .mov over MP4 with a green background because the video quality is higher), my Live2D simply stops working and doesn't come back, like if I was loading Windows Explorer, I don't know how to explain it very well, but the program just crashes and I can't use it...

Note: I already restarted my PC and the program, but without success


This is very strange, I've never had problems like this with my program, in fact I've never had serious problems like this...

(My version is 4.1.04.)


my computer settings


Brand and model: Positivo Sim+ 2460m

Processor: Intel Celeron CPU 1007 @1.50GHz 1.50GHz

Number of cores: 2

Number of threads:: 2

Cache: 2 MB

OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bits

Video card (integrated): Intel HD Graphics (350 - 1000 MHz) DDR3

HD: 320 GB

RAM: 2 GB DDR3 (Available: 1.5 GB)

(Sorry for my horrible english, i'm using google translate)

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